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on this bill today. but i think one of the big problems you face is that once he does send -- gets this through, if he does get it through, it's going to be very hard to get any of his republicans to vote for the real compromise in a day or two or three. >> reporter: well, that's exactly right. both of your points right. first of all, there are no negotiations going on in that final compromise right now because all the focus is getting this passed in the house. speaker boehner isn't exactly taking calls now from democrats. but he's trying to get his own republicans in line. once he does this, this is going to be very difficult for him to get -- to go any further by way of compromise. if there is a compromise, it's going to take a lot of democrats to pass it in the house. >> a lot of democrats, that's exactly right. okay, jon karl, jake tapper, thanks very much. key market openings sunday night, the next big deadline to watch for, as well. >> reporter: that's right. >> the asian market. elizabeth, this is just so uncertain going into the final weekend. >> well, and certainly the public is starti
of some instruments that could -- showing, you know, trouble in the lending market. >> the big question is, will washington let that happen, and right now that answer is not any clearer than it was yesterday morning. we begin with breaking news, though. this titanic struggle that's continued to go on right now to end the debt crisis before next tuesday's deadline. here's a live look at the capitol where overnight, infighting among republicans forced house speaker john boehner to yank his debt bill. they thought there was going to be a vote last night. there is hope he will try to pass it again today. in four hours the speaker will again sit down with fellow republicans and again try to entice just a handful of hardline conservatives to fall in line. >> the bill's not perfect. i never said it was perfect. nobody in my caucus believes it's perfect. but what this bill reflects is a sincere, honest effort to end this crisis in a bipartisan way to send it to the senate where it can receive action. >> now the speaker's bill would cut $900 billion from the budget over ten years in exchange for a
of washington's impact. but mining stocks with big drags here. we have rio tinto. financials fell. >> you know, ramy, we've been so preoccupied by what's happened in washington that sometimes it's easy to lose sight of the fact we are in the midst of earnings seasons. we've had reports across the region. >> nintendo, they slashed their full year's forecast earnings by a whopping 82%. that's because gamers aren't so interested in their handheld 3-d game players which came out five months ago. that would be the 3-ds. that's the biggest fall in the past two decades. you're looking at a year to date. nintendo share prices dropped a whopping 47%. it's a similar story, not so bad for sony. they cut its profit estimate for the year by about 25%. this was yesterday. that's because of weak demand for tvs like this bravia over in the u.s. and europe. sony's share price year to date has also dropped by about 35%. but, you know, it's not all doom and gloom. they say its net income surged to about $1.31 billion. this is for the six months to may. forecasters had been -- forecast had been for earnings for a
it is in big bold letters. or this sign, now for several years con artists have exploited a flawe. it is simple, they pretend to be a parking attendant and asked the driver usually a tourist for money for parking. when they get your money, they split, and then he returned your car to find a ticket. many people are getting caught up in this including a former san francisco mayor. he stopped her for lunch, paid the parking attendant, but to find out that the parking attendant was a fake, but the parking ticket that he received was not. one man was arrested 14 times for this same offense. but he keeps coming back. this is a store that i will follow very closely if i catch someone in the act and i will, you will be the first to see it. >> you may want to think twice before taking a robe or towel from a hotel, they're using new technology to track their land. this company it is helping hotels to track their linens. the price of cotton keeps rising and that means it's more expensive for hotels. tune in to my tech report tonight and i will tell you all about it. >> still ahead, she is accused of att
hours. >> another big challenge for rescue workers. the heat, with temperatures pushing about 100 degrees. recovery workers could only work about 15 minutes of every hour. fortunately, none of those recovery workers were injured here. i'm meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> the body is at the medical examiner's office to determine the final cause and manner of death. >>> an investigation is under way in harford county, after a 14-year-old girl is struck and killed by a car. heather greer was struck. -- trying cocross the-- to cross the road when she was hit. greer died. landicer was not hurt. >>> nearly killed while helping a disabled motorist. city police officer rigby joined a group of students today at zion a.m.e. church. officer rigby is using a walker and still recovering from her injuries. she threw a pizza party for the church's youth camp for sending a get well card to her. good to see officer rigby. >>> more bad news for former astronaut from maryland. lisa nowak is being kicked out of the navy. she was banished from nasa after a bizarre confrontation with a romanti
on tropical storm don expected to be the first big storm to hit the u.s. this year. don is packing 50-mile-an-hour winds and could reach drought-stricken texas within 24 hours. kevin reece of khou is on the coast in corpus christi, texas, for us this morning. >> reporter: corpus christi bracing for tropical storm don and the first tropical storm i can remember covering most of the people are glad this storm is arriving. some precautions are taken but corpus christi hasn't had significant rain in at least four months so people aren't afraid of this tropical storm and welcoming its actively. some recautions are being taken and going through the marina making sure the boats are secure but not worried about moving any of those boats. no evacuations planned. convention and visitors bureau say no extra precautions out of the ordinary are being taken and hotels are still filling up for tourists for the weekend. locals tell me they hope the tropical storm brings what corpus christi desperately needs, 3 to 5 inches of rain. they hope don stay too long but long enough to remind everyone here what ra
." >>> now for the latest on tropical storm don expected to be the first big storm to hit the u.s. this year, don is packing 50-mile-an-hour winds and could reach drought-string be texas in the next 24 hours. kevin hughes is in texas this morning. >> reporter: this is the first tropical storm i can remember covering where most of the people are actually glad this storm is arriving. some precautions are being taken but like the rest of texas corpus christi hasn't had significant rain in four months so people aren't afraid of the tropical storm, they're welcoming its arrival. they're going through the marina making sure the boats are secure but it's not severe enough they're worried about moving any of the boats. there are no evacuations planned, the visitors bureau says no extra precautions out of the ordinary are taken and hotels are filling up with tourists over the weekend. they are hoping it brings the three to five inches of rain. they hope don doesn't stay too long but long enough to remind everyone what rain looks like. conditions here are still extremely dry. right now everyone here i
important object. you know what that is, don't you? no. they were plugged into the speaking tubes in a big house. oh, right, the phone. so when somebody wanted to attract your attention upstairs, they would blow in the bottom end, and it would sound the whistle upstairs. they weren't for blowing into directly. a lot of people think they're actually whistles, but it was for attracting attention through a house. i call that one the "iron man" or "outward bound." what does that do? it's like a train whistle. i think that's it. we can't go any further; you've got too much. you're obsessive, aren't you? yes. they are a fantastic group. it belonged to my husband's great-aunt, and she travelled a lot. we think it might be indian but we're not at all sure. i can see exactly why you'd be thinking in terms of indian. you do get very much this sort of decoration appearing and, again, filigree work is a feature to be found there. what you've actually got is a travelling set. so the spoon, fork, and the knife. date wise... we're looking at about 1670. the spoon, with the sections cut at the top, that's
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